Lipid hormones usually enter the cell and are

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Unformatted text preview: cell. • Lipid hormones: usually enter the cell and are directly involved in activities. • The hypothalamus is the master controller of the endocrine system • Hypothalamus receives information from the thalamus about the state of the body. • Hypothalamus signals the pituitary to send messages to other glands. • Pituitary releases hormones that signal other endocrine glands to produce their hormones. Some pituitary hormones themselves have a direct effect. • In addition to the endocrine glands, other organs produce some hormones: stomach, kidneys, heart, th...
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This document was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course BIOLOGY 103 at Western Oregon University.

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